He’s sounding like Wakefield

Second, in the very short term everything that Sunak says today depends on Covid being beaten by June. That is a wildly optimistic forecast because of the UK’s vaccination policy. France is seeing a signifiant vaccination effect as a result of following the prescribed action for double vaccinating within 21 days. We are not seeing anything like that vaccine impact, but are seeing a good lockdown result.

Where does he get these ideas from?

19 thoughts on “He’s sounding like Wakefield”

  1. Where does he get these ideas from?

    Clearly, from wanting the vaccination path out of this political mess to fail and for lockdowns to therefore continue forever.

  2. Dennis, Septic to the Masses

    By communing with God. Ely’s good for that.

    I’m continually amazed by how much of the world one can see from Ely.

  3. “…everything that Sunak says today depends on Covid being beaten by June.”

    From what i have heard it sounds more like September

  4. Bloke in North Dorset

    The 3 week period came about because they thought it was the minimum they could get away with. The longer they left it the longer the trials would take and getting a vaccine that had shown promise deployed priority A1.

    Now we have more data and it shows that its better to wait longer.

    But hey, the world’s leading virologist has pronounced.

    Donald Trump showed as much ignorance as Spud he’d have been banned from social media.

  5. Sounds like he is one of many afflicted with Long BDS.

    I never cease to be amazed by EUphiles and others who hate their own country so much that they are prepared to suffer as long as it fails.

    Of course restrictions which prevent you from leaving the house and meeting those you love isn’t going to bother Spud. No mates and he’s with the only one he loves 24/7.

  6. We have around 18 million who have had at least one jab and another 4 million who’ve had the virus, so that’s nearly one-third of the population clear thanks to vaccination or prior infection. Plus another third who don’t need to worry because they are young.

    The main obstacle to opening up on Boris’s over-cautious timetable is hysteria spread by the deranged zero-covid wing of the medical establishment and by falling cases hitting a floor due to false positives and by deaths hitting similar floor thanks to doctors putting down RTA deaths and decapitations as COVID-related.

    Right now, I suspect the only place where you run a risk of getting COVID is an NHS hospital.

  7. The 3 week period came about because they thought it was the minimum they could get away with. The longer they left it the longer the trials would take and getting a vaccine that had shown promise deployed priority A1.

    Bingo. Spud is lying like fuck. There are clear signs in the UK that deaths in over 75s (and even more so in older groups) are falling at a greater rate than other groups, and that difference is down to the vaccine, not lockdown.

    I can’t understand why people keep going on about the single vs double dose. They look ridiculous and obviously wrong. Why allow yourself to be humiliated in this way?

  8. Great Paid Holiday to Sept suggests they have no intention of letting the “emergency” end. Ever–cos Sept is just in time for another flu season go around. Why not with the cowardly fuckwits in this country?

    As for vax –fuck it. I live my life without test or jab and without the slightest regard for the bogus pandemic. Which has locally killed a big big 5 people previously healthy since last March. Seen FOI document so no question.

    More chance of dying from a rage-induced heart attack.

  9. Ritchie hates pensions and other investments because his own investments have failed. Does he hate the vaccine for similar reasons, i.e. he hasn’t been offered the vax?

    Mind you I would have thought he would have been offered it by now on account of age / obesity…

  10. Since late Jan, very roughly, UK deaths are down 75%, France 25%.

    UK cases have dropped hugely, while France is static but inching up. France did not have as serious a peak as the UK.

    The above doesn’t mean very much, however the Rejoin movement should probably avoid the EU Vaccine rollout as their flag around which to rally.

  11. the Rejoin movement should probably avoid the EU Vaccine rollout as their flag around which to rally.

    Yes, instead of seizing the high ground with which to dominate the opposition, they have proudly occupied the swamp and are sinking rapidly. The perils of unconditional, ideological thinking.

  12. “He isn’t as old as he looks.”

    I suppose you’re going to say next that he’s not as fat as he looks either??? 😉

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